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Buy Bolognaise sauce already made from Italian restaurant or takeout

djr222 Oct 12, 2009 08:42 AM

Buy Bolognaise sauce already made from Italian restaurant or takeout

Have broken wrist, so looking to take some shortcuts on food for a few week, looking for suggestions where can I buy good meat bolognaise, so I can just heat and serve over some pasta, just want to but maybe 1 or 2 quarts of m do not really want commercially made , as they have a lot of preservatives in most of time

Travel is no problem, and thanks in advance

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    pasuga Oct 15, 2009 10:13 PM

    I haven't lived in the North End for a couple years, but Monica's Salumeria on Salem St. in the North End used to sell really wonderful fresh bolognese and marinara sauces. Her sons who run the two family restaurants made it, slow-roasting the vegetables before making the sauces. Anyone tried them more recently?

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      treb Oct 15, 2009 07:35 AM

      Vinny's in Somerville, sells sauce by the pint, quart etc. They also sell entree's.

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        marcreichman Oct 12, 2009 04:05 PM

        The New England Soup Factory always has some of their Bolognese sauce in the fridge ready to take home. If it even comes close to the quality of their soups you will be blown away.

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        1. re: marcreichman
          djr222 Oct 15, 2009 07:25 AM

          Thanks all, got some from the Butcher Blook, wow was that realy good, will try that again

        2. bgavin Oct 12, 2009 02:33 PM

          Ohh, I forgot bout liver in Bolognese..now I m craving some of that good rich stuff.
          Definitely adding this to the list labelled "some dreary weekend afternoon"

          1. mtm7654 Oct 12, 2009 08:55 AM

            Bella Ravioli, 369 Main Street, in Medford. Call 781.396.0875.

            Not sure if they have bolognese but they have a very good marinara sauce.

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            1. re: mtm7654
              Sugar04 Oct 12, 2009 09:14 AM

              Capone Foods (Union Square, Somerville or North Cambridge) and Dave's Fresh Pasta (Davis Square) may also be options. Not totally aure about bolognese, but definitely many other fresh sauces made in-house.

              1. re: Sugar04
                pocketgarden Oct 12, 2009 01:57 PM

                fomaggio kitchen, in the freezer case. A bit pricey but v. rich, with beef, pork and chicken livers. Add a little tomato sauce or cream to stretch it if you like.

            2. cassoulady Oct 12, 2009 08:53 AM

              Try the butcher shop in the south end

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              1. re: cassoulady
                Allstonian Oct 12, 2009 09:04 AM

                Yes, the Butcher Shop sells "No. 9 Park Bolognese," which many people adore.

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